The Commissioners Court, which is composed of the County Judge and four Commissioners, is the overall managing/governing body of Bexar County. The County Judge is the presiding officer of the Bexar County Commissioners Court as well as the spokesperson and ceremonial head of the County government. The Court is responsible for budgetary decisions, tax and revenue decisions, and all personnel decisions except for certain positions that are either elected or appointed by the judiciary or other committees. The Court also appoints and monitors the actions of all County department heads other than those offices headed by elected officials.
Bexar County Judge - Nelson W. Wolff
Precinct 1 - Commissioner Sergio "Chico" Rodriguez
Precinct 2 - Commissioner Paul Elizondo
Precinct 3 - Commissioner Kevin Wolff
Precinct 4 - Commissioner Tommy Calvert
Since 2000, Mr. Marquez has also been the County's manager for the negotiation, construction and on-going operations of the AT&T Center, home to the NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs, and to the annual San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo. The project also includes several other planning and development components for the area in and immediately surrounding the Arena site.
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Jordana Decamps is the Deputy Director of Economic Development for Bexar County, a position she assumed on November 5, 2012.
Prior to joining the County, Ms. Decamps worked for General Motors in their Government Relations and Public Policy Department in Washington, DC. In her role, she managed the company’s Political Action Committee (GMPAC), including budget and expenditures oversight, and performed both legislative and grassroots outreach. Previously she worked during the 2009 Texas State Legislative Session after completing a fellowship at Public Strategies. She has also interned for United States Senator Rockefeller in 2007 and the United Nations for the Mission of Qatar in 2005.
Ms. Decamps earned her bachelor's degree at Southern Methodist University in Dallas Texas in Political Science and Spanish with a minor in Latin American Studies. She is a native of San Antonio, Texas and has lived in Casablanca, Morocco, Mexico City, Mexico and Washington, DC.
Lupe Landeros, the new Extension Director for Bexar County. It's an honor to have been chosen for this position and to be able to work with the capable staff we have here in Bexar County. I'm also looking forward to meeting and working with the members of our many volunteer organizations, including all of you in the Bexar County Master Gardener program.
County AgriLife Extension Manager
Melissa Shannon has been with Bexar County since March 2006, where she started in Economic Development & Special Programs as Economic Development Coordinator. While serving as Coordinator, Shannon managed Bexar County's economic development programs and initiatives that are designed to identify, develop and implement existing and potential business opportunities.
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After guiding the County through the development and voter support of the $415 million program, Bexar County Commissioners Court appointed Sculley to serve as the director of the Community Venues Program Office. In this position, Sculley will be the main point of contact for the various venue projects and will oversee the development of contracts, inter-local agreements and implementation of each project.
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Michael J. Sculley
Community Venues Program Director